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Title: Virtual goldfish
Authors: Wong, Kam Cheung
Department: Department of Computer Science
Issue Date: 2004
Supervisor: Lau Rynson. First Reader : Wong Helena. Second Reader: Chun Andy
Abstract: Computer Animation nowadays plays an important role in many industries such as films, generics, advertising, architecture, and computer games. Among hundreds of issues about 3D computer animation, real-time simulation of artificial life is one of the most heated and complicated topics. This is a big topic that includes perception modeling, locomotion, behaviors modeling and physical environment calculation, etc. Therefore, it is worth to investigate those issues. This projects aims to investigate wildly used methodologies in development of artificial life, such as keyframing, physical-based approaches in cloth modeling and collision detection strategies. Based on those methodologies, we would like to explain the procedure of creating realistic computational goldfish.
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